Relying on contested research and armed with a beguiling video ad campaign, the Texas Public Policy Foundation is back with a lawsuit.
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When an ornithologist saw this photo of two Scarlet Tanagers killed by striking a glass window, he was moved to write a poem.
In Chile, a group of volunteer birders found the first-ever recorded nests of this mysterious bird 46 miles away from the coast in the Atacama Desert.
An illustrious birder outlines the highs (and lows) of chasing these songbirds of summer.
Baby birds are about to be on the loose, but identifying them can be tricky.
Audubon’s chief scientist recounts his trek to the threatened Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, one of the last havens for one of the rarest birds in North America.
Some bird guides eschew words for more literal translations of a bird's song, but doing so ignores the point of mnemonic devices: aiding memory.
Not only is temperature a factor, but the picky birds also take into account humidity levels. Here's why.
Capturing songs and calls can open a whole new level of birding—but equipment can be daunting. Here’s what you need to know to get started.
No, really, what's going on here?
Knowing this species opens the door to a whole new world of birds.
A new birding festival hosted by Patterson Park Audubon Center reveals the wilder side to some of the city's most beloved landmarks.
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